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Madeleine Vionnet was a designer that worked at the important fashion house of Callot Soeurs and later for Doucet. Her distinctive talent was in the cutting of dresses. Here is an evening Dress by Madeleine Vionnet, 1938 Moda Vintage, Vintage Mode, Vestidos Vintage, Vintage Gowns, Vintage Outfits, Dress Vintage, Vintage Evening Gowns, Vintage Dior, Vintage Hats

Madeleine Vionnet | Evening dress | French | The Met

Designer: Madeleine Vionnet (French, Chilleurs-aux-Bois 1876–1975 Paris). Date: spring/summer 1938. Culture: French. Medium: rayon. Credit Line: Gift of M...

A red velvet Worth ball gown dating between 1898 and 1900 - love the Worth gowns. Vintage Outfits, Vintage Gowns, Vintage Mode, House Of Worth, Antique Clothing, Historical Clothing, Beautiful Gowns, Beautiful Outfits, Gorgeous Dress

Attributed to House of Worth | Ball gown | French | The Met

Ball Gown, (attributed) House of Worth (French, 1858–1956): 1898-1900, French, silk.

Evening dress House of Paquin (French, Designer: Mme. Jeanne Paquin (French, Date: Culture: French Medium: silk, silver, rhinestones Dimensions: Length at CB: 72 in. 1900s Fashion, Edwardian Fashion, Vintage Fashion, Vintage Gowns, Mode Vintage, Vintage Outfits, Vintage Hats, Antique Clothing, Historical Clothing

House of Paquin | Evening dress | French | The Met

Produced several years prior to the 1908 Hellenic designs of Paul Poiret, the raised waist and decorative references to Greek antiquity indicate this classical aesthetic and change of silhouette were in the air from 1905 on

Evening Coat Altman & Co ca 1905 wool silk linen A sense of volume is used to give this evening coat the look of grandeur and importance, which were hallmarks of the Belle Époque. 1900s Fashion, Edwardian Fashion, Vintage Fashion, Edwardian Era, Moda Vintage, Vintage Mode, Vintage Outfits, Vintage Dresses, Historical Costume

B. Altman & Co. | Evening coat | American | The Met

A sense of volume is used to give this evening coat the look of grandeur and importance, which were hallmarks of the Belle Époque. The huge sleeves with their gauntlet cuffs are an outstanding feature

Yellow China Silk Evening Gown, circa Attributed to Liberty of London. From the online collections of The Metropolitan Museum of Art. 1880s Fashion, Victorian Fashion, Vintage Fashion, Victorian Era, Vintage Outfits, Vintage Gowns, Moda Vintage, Vintage Mode, Silk Evening Gown

Attributed to Liberty & Co. | Evening dress | British | The Met

The Metropolitan Museum of Art. "Curios and Treasures," August 15, 2000–April 29, 2001.The Metropolitan Museum of Art. "Goddess: The Classical Mode," May 1, 2003–August 3, 2003.

Obsessed with Madame Gres at the moment. Evening dress by Madame Gres, early France, MFA Boston Fashion Mode, Moda Fashion, 1950s Fashion, Vintage Fashion, Korean Fashion, Kpop Fashion, Fashion Wear, Runway Fashion, High Fashion

Old Rags

Fashion history blog run by Katie, 21/f/NC, studying art history at UNC Charlotte. *** Twitter version *** Favorite decades: 1910's, 1800's, 1870's Favorite artists: Anthony van Dyck, Giovanni Boldini, Henry Fuseli, Thomas Lawrence *** Find me at: 23 Skidoo! DeviantART *** Click "browse" to find whatever it is you're looking for.

The Metropolitan Museum of Art. "Waist Not," March Metropolitan Museum of Art. "From Queen To Empress: Victorian Dress December 1989 Victorian Gown, Victorian Fashion, Vintage Fashion, Victorian Gothic, Steampunk Fashion, Gothic Lolita, Gothic Fashion, Antique Clothing, Historical Clothing

Dress | British | The Met

The Metropolitan Museum of Art. "Waist Not," March 30, 1994–August 21, 1994.The Metropolitan Museum of Art. "From Queen To Empress: Victorian Dress 1837–1877," December 15, 1988–April 16, 1989

Silk & cotton afternoon dress, Metropolitan Museum of Art, Costume Institute. 1900s Fashion, Edwardian Fashion, Vintage Fashion, European Fashion, Gothic Fashion, Vintage Outfits, Vintage Gowns, Dress Vintage, Moda Vintage

1890 - 1910 Epoka Edwardiańska

W modzie edwardiańskiej suknie były za zwyczaj smukłe, uszyte z dżerseju lub aksamitu, często na sztywnym kloszu, modne były też kapelusze....